A series of free nature events for under-fives will take place at Cliffe Castle Museum and Park in Keighley this autumn.
Events will include nature play, stories and crafts including Halloween and Christmas themes.
Participants should meet in the conservatory at 2pm to begin the activities which will last until 3.30pm every other Saturday, starting on 20 October. Other dates are 3 November, 17 November, 1 December and 15 December.
There is no cost to take part but donations to support the events are always welcome.
Activities take place outside in the grounds unless the weather is bad. People taking part should wear appropriate outdoor clothing.
Coun Sarah Ferriby, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Healthy People and Places, said: “Getting out in nature is important for everyone’s wellbeing and the wonderful surroundings of the recently refurbished Cliffe Castle are the perfect place to do it.
“I hope the weather is kind so the youngsters and carers attending can make the most of these activities and enjoy them to the full.”